Top 5 Indian Women Entrepreneurs || Successful Women Entrepreneurs 2018 in (Hindi)

When it comes to an Entrepreneurship, one picture comes into our mind, and that is a handsome looking male in his late 20s wearing a nice suit. Well, of course, our country graced with a parade of a real male Entrepreneurs, but there are some fantastic and sharp minded females too.

There was a time when women considered as weaker gender and our society filled with all those pathetic ancient taboos, but now women are completing the brands and competing males in a perfect manner

India has always been the land of taboos and superstition it is a tough job for parents to encourage the girl child to make a career as a business owner.

Despite the fact, few women are making their mark in this male-dominated industry and are strong enough to break the barriers set around her and emerge as an example.

5. #Chanda_Kochar

The CEO, MD & of the largest bank of India, ICICI Bank. Chanda got Masters Degree in Management Studies from Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies. She also received the Wockhardt Gold Medal for Excellence in Management Studies and the J. N. Bose Gold Medal in Price Accountancy.

She is married to her business schoolmate, a wind energy entrepreneur, Deepak Kochhar.

4. #Indu_Jain

Indu Jain is the Times Group’s Chairperson. The so-called “Multi-Faceted” woman is well known for different identities that are from being an entrepreneur to humanist to educationalist into spiritualist. This lady has played a major role in the Times Group’s achievement.

3. #Naina_Lal_Kidwai

JM Morgan Stanley’s vice chairman is ranked as the most successful Indian businesswomen. She’s the first women to be graduated from the Harvard business school. Kidwai was previously the head at ANZ Grindlays and as group manager and the country head of HSBC group India

2. #Indra_Nooyi

The Pepsi Co chief is known for her acumen business and finance plans. President and the CFO of the soft drink company have garnered about 30 billion dollars of deals in a few years. Indra Nooyi holds a master degree. She’s also a master in marketing and finance from the IIMs Kolkata.

1. #Kashaf_Shaikh

Kashaf Shaikh has proved that she is one of the most budding, promising and superlative entrepreneurs from India. She is the founder of the website called “Dealivore,” an authentic website where you can find valid coupons for multiple stores across all over the country. If you are an online compulsive shopper like me, you must go and check out her website. This would be your all in one solution for the deals and offers, that you are looking on the internet.

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